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Udo Wenzel

Udo Wenzel for more than 20 years has been employed as an IT Expert for business intelligence applications. He has written…

Jerry Ward

Jerry Ward, an Honorary Professor at Central China Normal University, is the author of THE KATRINA PAPERS: A Journal of Trauma…

Susumu Takiguchi

Susumu Takiguchi is a Japanese poet, artist, and essayist. He served as vice-president of the British Haiku Society, in charge of…

Haruo Shirane

Haruo Shirane is the Shincho Professor of Japanese Literature and Culture in the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures and…

Lidia Rozmus

Born in Poland, Lidia Rozmus has lived in the United States since 1980 and works as a graphic designer, teacher, painter, sumi-e and haiga artist and…

Alexis Rotella

Alexis Rotella won the grand prize in the 2007 Kusamakura Haiku Contest and traveled to Kumamoto, Japan. Her work is widely…

Ellen Peckham

Ellen Peckham has read, published and exhibited in the US, Europe and Latin America. In 2012 the many facets of her…

Marlene Mountain

Marlene Mountain contends that the concept of ‘no-self’ was created for her long ago by men who knew they had plenty…

Ron C. Moss

Ron C. Moss is an artist and poet from Tasmania, Australia, a place of rugged wilderness that inspires his work. He…

Ian Marshall

A professor of English and Environmental Studies at Penn State Altoona, Ian Marshall is the author of four books: Story Line: Exploring the…

Annette Makino

Annette Makino is an artist and haiku poet who combines Japanese-inspired paintings with original words to express quiet reflection and Zen…

Alexander B. Joy

Alexander B. Joy is a Ph.D. candidate in Comparative Literature at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. He graduated from the University…

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